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Phuket Closes Risky Places to Control COVID-19

PHUKET, July 19 (TNA) – Local authorities closed risky places and suspended the activities that may transmit COVID-19, affecting pubs, bars and other entertainment venues, while allowing shopping centers to open until 9pm. Phuket governor Narong Woonsew signed his order to close the places and halt the activities that could spread COVID-19. The order applies […]Read More


Phuket pub, bar entertainment workers plea to return to work

PHUKET: More than 40 nightlife and entertainment venue workers gathered at Phuket Provincial Hall yesterday (June 22) to file a request to the Phuket Governor asking for help in coping with the continued forced closure of entertainment venues, leaving them with no means of making a living for months. The group, led by Phromphiriya Thammaupat, […]Read More


Phuket pubs, bars to stay closed for July 1 Sandbox

PHUKET: Patong Mayor Chalermsak Maneesri has confirmed that pubs, bars and other entertainment venues across Phuket will be closed for the July 1 reopening of the island to receiving vaccinated international tourists. “For the entertainment venues in Phuket, from a meeting of [Phuket] officials, they altogether agreed to keep the venues closed in the first […]Read More


Pubs, clubs spread COVID-19 to 71 provinces

Covid-19 cases linked to bars, pubs or clubs have spread in 71 provinces so far this month, according to the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration. CCSA spokesman Taweesilp Visanuyothin said on Tuesday there were 6,020 cases to date in April linked to entertainment venues. Bangkok alone logged 1,583 such cases, or 40% of all Covid-19 […]Read More


All entertainment venues in Bangkok to remain closed for another

All entertainment outlets in Bangkok, including pubs, karaoke bars and massage parlours, which have already been closed for more than a week, will remain closed for at least the next fortnight, Bangkok Governor Aswin Kwanmuang said today after chairing a meeting of Bangkok communicable disease committee. The committee also adopted other restrictions imposed by the […]Read More


Bar owners in Pattaya demand midnight closing time

Signs that say “Permanently Closed” in front of bars, pubs and entertainment venues in Pattaya reflect the problems that owners are facing during the COVID-19 outbreak. Many of them could not save their businesses, as their income relied heavily on foreign tourists, to the tune of about 24 billion baht a year. Bar owners on […]Read More


Chon Buri eases curbs, Pattaya bars allowed to reopen

CHON BURI: Authorities have eased Covid-19 restrictions in this eastern province and Pattaya City, with more businesses allowed to resume on Monday, including restaurants, pubs and bars. The change was made after the area’s status was changed from red to orange, where fewer restrictions apply. Similar easing has been approved in a number of other […]Read More